Note: repeats are not indicated.
6.05 News and the Democratic Agenda? Stereo 4491739 6.35 Gender Matters
1699757 7.00 Informer, Eduquer, Divertir?
Four-part series on changes in business as the new millennium approaches.
Team Culture. Managers demonstrate the importance of having a mix of skills and personalities working within a team. With Howard Stableford and Professor
Charles Handy. WEB SITE: oubs.open.ac.uk
Spanish language series and guide to Hispanic culture. (Repeat) (Stereo)
A continuing quest to find the greatest cartoon ever.
Live action drama.
The series from 1991.
Chrissy gets her pregnancy test results. Written by Margaret Simpson
Repeat Subtitled ...........................
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Comedy series with music.
The band competes at the Brite Awards. Jimmy Osman JAMES HURST. Greg Fuggle LEE OTTER , Miles Smith-Jones TOM LOWE. Giles Beamish SAM CHAPMAN . Jassy Pinkerton SCARLETT STRALLEN Written by Roy Apps
Katy Hill hosts the series about things to do in the UK. Destinations this week include surfing in St Ives and deer-spotting in Scotland, plus visits to the British Museum and Legoland. With Rhodri Owen , Rodney Stevens and Katie Knapman. Stereo...........................
Robots built and guided by competitors battle in a series of mechanised conflicts. Shown last Friday Stereo
Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins , hosts of Channel 4's Light Lunch, join comedic duo Stewart Lee and Richard Herring for their live and alternative look at the world. Revised . 11.45pm
A review of regional pol itical events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.35 Rugby League Wigan v St Helens Live coverage from Central Park (kickoff
1.45pm) of the Challenge Cup quarter-final as two of the sport's giants, who have dominated the competition for the last decade, vie for a place in the last four. Commentary by Jon Champion. Joe Lydon.
3.30 Swimming Action from the final day of the World Cup event at Ponds Forge,
Sheffield. Top British competitors include Mark Foster and Graeme Smith.
5.00 News Roundup
TV presentation: Malcolm Kemp (rugby league) and MarkWilkin (swimming) Stereo .......
In the last programme from Birmingham, Peter Purves , Jessica Holm and Mike Stockman present highlights of this annual event, including the winners from the toy, utility and gundog groups and the finals oftheflyball, agility and bitches-obedience categories. Stereo ....
Simon King visits Yellowstone National Park in North America.
Editor Sara Ford Stereo ...... WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone/
6.00* Watch Out British flora and fauna on display in March. Producer Andrew Graham-Brown ; Series producerMikeBeynon Stereo .. FACT SHEET: £1.50 cheques payable to [address removed]
6.05* The Wotf in Your Living Room How the wild habits of wolves, jackals, rarely seen bush dogs. dholes and dingos help to explain the puzzling behavioural traits of pet dogs. Narrated by Desmond Morris. Producer Mike Beynon
6.40*-7.30 The Natural World
The Otters of Yellowstone
Yellowstone is America's most famous national park, with a cast of charming inhabitants set against stunning scenery. This film follows a family of river otters through the year as they learn to fish, fend off attacking coyotes and travel great distances around the beautiful park. Narrated by Tom Baker. Producer Bob Landis ; Series editor
Neil Nightingale Videoplus code for
5.55-7.30 (not PDC)
Analysis of the headline-making stories in the world of business and finance. With Maya Even. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
* Maya Even's TV Dinner: page 30
First of a six-part series in which the main decision-makers from Israel, the Arab states, Russia and the US tell the inside story of the Arab-Israel conflict.
Fifty years ago, the state of Israel was proclaimed in what had once been British-ruled Palestine. This episode recounts how the US, later Israel's greatest ally, came close to stopping the creation of the new state. See today's choices.
See This Week: page 8
Continuing the portrait of the global entertainment industry. Premieres and Junkets. In an age dominated by the needs of the entertainment industry, the media are demanding more and more access to actors. Film stars, including Goldie Hawn,
Julia Roberts, Bruce Willis, Mel Gibson, Meg Ryan and George Clooney, talk about their role in the publicity machine. Plus a consideration of the contrasting marketing campaigns behind Independence Day and the UK relaunch of cult hit Quadrophenia. Directors/Producers Gina and Jeremy Newson
Comedian Jo Brand chooses a clipfrom Ken Loach 's Riff-Raff. Producer Nick Freand Jones Stereo
A film in the Obsessions season about people who have been driven to passionate extremes. Starring Phil Daniels
Alun Leach , a sharp-tongued cockney comedian, arrives in Glasgowto playa a one-off gig. But the one-night stand becomes a weekend of gambling, baiting the locals and unrequited sex.
Written and directed by Les Blair ; Producer SallyHibbin Stereo Subtitled...
Highlights from Barbados of the fourth day's play in the Fifth Test between the West Indies and England.
Kate isjust as stubborn as her father. When he is hospitalised, Kate finds it difficult to leave the big city and return home.
Director Sam Shepard (1988.15)
* See Films: pages 54-60 ** Followed byWeatherview
Note: repeats are not indicated. FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Application of Number LANGUAGES
4.00 Deutsch Plus 9-12 -with subtitles.
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Programme -advice on marketing. OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Putting Trainingto Work:
Britain and America 7726535 6.10
The Write to Choose
3505326 6.35-7.00am English. English Everywhere
FREE GUIDE: call (0181)